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One man’s quest to find a young boy he saved from drowning 38 years ago has been successful – thanks to Evening News readers.

Norfolk Constabulary police vehicle. Picture: James Bass.

There are minor delays on the A47 this evening following a crash.

Fire crews were called out to a flat blaze in Sprowston

Emergency services were called to a flat fire in Kings Lynn.

Dame Joan Collins attending the World Premiere of Spectre. Photo credit : Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

An international superstar is set to appear on one of Norwich’s biggest stages in a special, one-woman show.

The Met Office has issued a weather warning for rain. Photo Kirsty Wigglesworth

Storm Imogen is to bring gusts of up to 60mph across Norfolk tomorrow as it sweeps in from the English Channel.

A car that has collided with the front of Tesco in Thetford

A man has been arrested after the police helicopter had to be called into action when a car crashed into the front of a superstore.

Would a night-time driving test improve motoring skills?

There’s been a lot of jibber-jabber recently about introducing compulsory driving tests for the over-70s.

Norfolk Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting with MPs. Chloe Smith MP with principal of City College Norwich, Corrienne Peasgood.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The campaigning spirit that secured the dualling of the A11 must be rekindled to make an upgraded A47 a reality, business leaders have been told.

Linda Lincoln and Ken Lincoln. Picture: East Anglia News Service.

A former Wymondham College worker thought to have died of gas poisoning in Cyprus was an “amazing person”, a colleague has said.

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Crime

A car that has collided with the front of Tesco in Thetford

A man has been arrested after the police helicopter had to be called into action when a car crashed into the front of a superstore.

Health

Christine Allen, chief executive of the James Paget University Hospital.

A hospital, which faced “unprecedented” levels of demand for accident and emergency services earlier this month, is undertaking a “full review” of the business continuity incident.

Business

The former Natwest building on High Street in Downham Market. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Two well-known buildings – a once-thriving cinema and a bank – located next door to each other on the High Street in Downham Market are currently on the market.

Education

The marauding Vikings are chased out of Norwich Castle by Snap the Dragon, back to the libary at the Forum, for National Libraries Day. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The city’s clocks were turned back to the ninth century this weekend after marauding Vikings had to be chased away from Norwich Castle by Snap the Dragon and a group of Whifflers.

Politics

Dr Dan Poulter speaking in Parliament

Energy giant E.ON and pensioner charity Age UK have a “moral obligation” to recompense energy users who appear to have paid hundreds of pounds too much last year, a Suffolk MP has said.

Environment

The 45ft dead male sperm whale is still attracting lots of visitors to the beach in Old Hunstanton. Picture: Ian Burt

Many set off early this morning and had travelled from across the country to see the body of a 45ft sperm whale on the beach at Old Hunstanton.

Tech

Steve Maine chief executive of WiSpire.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Broadband users in the hardest-to-reach areas continue to suffer from poor speeds amid a lack of competition and an emphasis on fibre networks, the boss of a Norwich-based broadband company Wispire has told MPs.

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